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Area Girls Tennis: Cardinals win 2

Three area teams hit the courts Friday, Feb. 9.

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STAPLES — Staples-Motley’s Lauren Rutten didn’t drop a game on her way to winning both of her No. 1 singles matches as the Cardinals defeated the Roseau Rams 6-1 and the Parkers Prairie Panthers 6-1 Friday, Sept. 9.

Rutten's record now stands at 11-1. Ronnie Noska recorded two wins at No. 2 singles to bring her record to 12-0.

Georgia Kruchten at No. 3 singles and Elizabeth DiGiovani at No. 4 singles won both of their matches.

Doubles team Corrine Olson-Madison Perius also tallied two wins for the Cardinals.

Staples-Motley 6, Roseau 1

Staples-Motley 6, Parkers Prairie 1

Singles

No. 1: Lauren Rutten 2-0

No. 2: Ronnie Noska 2-0

No. 3: Georgia Kruchten 2-0

No. 4: Elizabeth DiGiovanni 2-0

Doubles

No. 1: Amy Rollins-Kenzi Erickson 1-1

No. 2: Corinne Olson-Madison Perius 2-0

No. 3: Heidi Zimmerman-Andrea DiGiovanni 1-1

Overall: SM 7-2. Next: Staples-Motley at Wadena-Deer Creek Triangular 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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Crosby-Ironton 5, East Grand Forks 2

CROSBY — Mary Fleming dropped just one game on her way to winning her No. 4 singles match 6-0, 6-1 and helping the Crosby-Ironton Rangers top East Grand Forks 5-2 Friday, Sept. 9.

C-I swept the doubles competition and Sydney Jones won at No. 2 singles 6-3, 6-1 for C-I’s five points.

Crosby-Ironton 5, East Grand Forks 2

Singles

No. 1: Emma Farder (EGF) def. Brooke Johnson 6-1, 6-0

No. 2: Sydney Jones (CI) def. Erin Bowman 6-3, 6-1

No. 3: Karlee Walsh (EGF) def. Monica Fleming 6-3, 6-0

No. 4: Mary Fleming (CI) def. Bryn Hanson 6-0, 6-1

Doubles

No. 1: Tori Oehrlein-Margaret Silgen (CI) def. Lila rothenberger-Ruby Leach 6-3, 6-3

No. 2: Emma Silgen-Lucy Lewandowski (CI) def. Maddie Petrovich-Kate Lantera 6-3, 6-4

No. 3: Lilli Young-Maria Smith (CI) def. Sam Zimmerman-Emma Abbey 7-6 (3), 6-1, 10-7

Next: Crosby-Ironton at Pine City Tournament 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10.

Pequot Lakes 7, Glencoe-Silver Lake 0

PEQUOT LAKES — Ellie Ouradnick improved to 16-1 with her 6-0, 6-1 victory at No. 4 singles to propel the Pequot Lakes Patriots to a 7-0 victory over Glencoe-Silver Lake Friday, Sept. 9.

Peyton Mudgett improved to 12-3 with her 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 3 singles and Quinn Trottier and Allyson Yahn each dropped just one game in their singles victories.

The win also moved Pequot head coach Monica Sergent’s career record to 351-87.

“It says a lot about the program and about the talented and hard-working girls we’ve had throughout the 19 years,” Sergent said.

Pequot Lakes 7, Glencoe-Silver Lake 0

Singles

No. 1: Quinn Trottier (PL) def. Anna Sievert 6-0, 6-1

No. 2: Allyson Yahn (PL) def. Alyssa Gruber 6-1, 6-0

No. 3: Payton Mudgett (PL) def. Nevaeh Kohout 6-0, 6-0

No. 4: Ellie Ouradnick (PL) def. Abigail Christensen 6-0, 6-1

Doubles

No. 1: Kelbee Lampi-Aubrey Wiczek (PL) def. Jenna Trippel-Lydia Simons 6-4, 6-1

No. 2: Eva Mumm-Carlie Eggert (PL) def. Bree Ryherd-Mariah Gutknecht 6-2, 6-0

No. 3: Nikki Crocker-Kayla Joyce (PL) def. Eva Stuewe-Abby Ziegler 6-3, 6-2

Overall: PL 11-6. Next: Pequot Lakes in Moose Invite at Brainerd 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10.

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W-DC splits

DETROIT LAKES — Wadena-Deer Creek’s No. 1 doubles team of Katie Fiemeyer-Anna Fiemeyer recorded two wins as the Wolverines fell 6-1 to Crookston and defeated Detroit Lakes 4-3 Friday, Sept. 9. Libby Hartman, Kaylee Endres and Cadie Leeseberg all tallied a win over Detroit Lakes.

W-DC 4, Detroit Lakes 3

Crookston 6, W-DC 1

Singles

No. 1: Libby Hartman 1-1

No. 2: Kaylee Endres 1-1

No. 3: Cadie Leeseberg 1-1

No. 4: Claire Kapphahn 0-2

Doubles

No. 1: Katie Fiemeyer-Anna Fiemeyer 2-0

No. 2: Kayla Meeks-Genevieve Pinnella 0-2

No. 3: Charlie Snyder-Chloe-Leeseberg 0-2

Next: Wadena-Deer Creek hosts Crosby-Ironton, Staples-Motley noon Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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